Kevin Michael Walker

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Kevin Michael Walker

December 30, 1960 - October 23, 2018

Kevin Michael Walker Kevin Michael Walker passed away in his sleep from an apparent heart attack October 23, 2018 at the age of 57. Kevin was born on Dec. 30, 1960, one minute after his twin brother Kelvin Walker (which Kelvin never let him forget he was older than him) to Wayne and Faye Walker in Joplin, MO. They preceded him in death, as well as his brother David Walker, and nephew David Walker, Jr. He is survived by his precious children, Jared Walker, Alyssa Crutchfield, and Brittany Foreman, and his beautiful grandchildren, Kloe, Maddox, and Landon. He is also survived by three brothers, Scott Walker, Steve Walker, Kelvin Walker, and four sisters Annette Key, Karen Walker, Cheryl Boyd, and Debi Mann and numerous nieces and nephews.
Kevin owned and operated a Snyder Route in Springfield MO. He loved baseball, especially the St. Louis Cardinals- last count he had fifty of their baseball caps, and he always liked to go camping and fishing as much as possible. We loved him for his quick wit and how he had to play jokes on all of us constantly. His kind and compassionate spirit will be with us always till we meet again with him on that beautiful shore.
Published on November 1, 2018
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Saturday November 03, 2018

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Elks Lodge #501

1802 West 26th Street, Joplin, MO, USA

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Anna Mann
Nov 07, 2018
I loved Kevin so much. He was one of the greatest uncles anyone could ever ask for. I remember him as a sarcastic guy with a big heart. He loved all the little nieces, nephews, and grandkids, and he knew all of our names and some of us he even remembered our birthdays. I was so happy when he'd come up for my birthday and play board games with me and my mom. They'd laugh and tell stories about them when they were kids, and it was so funny to me to hear how life was back then. My mother, Kelvin and him grew up together and those stories are some of the funniest ever, especially the fact that they're true. He will be deeply missed. Hope to see you in heaven one day, Kevin.
Kent Williams
Nov 03, 2018
Kevin you will be missed but we will see you again on day soon love you brother
Kandi Boyd
Nov 02, 2018
I like alot of my cousins like Ed with my uncle Kevin and was always fun and never a full moment. He was a hard worker and loved music and we would some away together i will miss him and wish I could see him again one day
Julie Jackson Burton
Nov 02, 2018
Prayers for all his family.